The Master combines two powerful disciplines in the pre-design process: research trends and technical co-creation. Is focused on providing current tools related to qualitative and ethnographic research, interdisciplinarity and design thinking, aimed at innovation processes.
INTRODUCTION AND CONTEXT
An overview of the Design Thinking world, the methods used and the key concepts. Making up work teams and project brief.
DT CENTRAL WORKSHOP
This is the collaborative venue where work teams pose, develop and apply the innovation proposals resulting from their research. Debate and experimentation space.
THEMATIC SEMINARS AND FORUMS
With professors, tutors and guest lecturers who offer technical and academic support to the work done in the central workshop and other workshops.
Focused on specific areas of Design Thinking processes, they help students to develop their skills in designing services, experiences, prototypes, tests and co-creation activities. These workshops are hosted by guest lecturers, groups and practitioners in the innovation sector.
They help students to understand the networks among innovation, production and business, from the client's point of view.
INTRODUCTION TO DESIGN THINKING
Allows students to connect research skills with collaborative and innovative thought philosophies.
Tutored by the programme teaching staff and by the managers of the firms associated with MIDI.